Treasure Island

New Poems


 

Title Poet
Remaining Respectful
Remaining respectful,
Progresses and affects success.
Lawrence S. Pertillar poet by Lawrence S. Pertillar
on 9/19/2014
Loyal Friendship
You are never lonely in this world
when loyal friends are always near
Joseph T. Renaldi poet by Joseph T. Renaldi
on 9/19/2014
Invisible
I see to deep and too much,
I hurt so much and so often,
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
Separating Sorrow
Tantalizing, refreshingly good and vibrant within,
specializing in the beauty of tones picturesquely
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 9/19/2014
Subsequent Melody
She sleeps with flowers tucked in her pillows
Her unicorn is yet to follow
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
The Catalyst
In the night sky,
I see an ocean of stars.
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
To Miss You
I dove into the deepest crevices
the darkest part of me
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
Anderson
You might ascend too far
And it might just be too late
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
1969
A city is free
Fire blazes unfurled
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/19/2014
Breathless Messages
Soothing, placating interiorly, all beautiful rhythms,
sending their voices silently in coded breathless
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 9/19/2014
Southward Bound
Though it is a tranquil morning,
I know it will be a sad day
Joseph T. Renaldi poet by Joseph T. Renaldi
on 9/19/2014
Immortal Men
I write to you of infinite words;
Ideas strung out on this silent walls.
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
Song of Solomon
Poem for Michael Brown
The Song of Solomon echoes passages of faith
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/19/2014
Shifting Afternoon
Every day I find myself trapped into a daily routine;
Time is beside itself, a distilment passage of
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/19/2014
Only in Vegas
I grew up in Vegas, the city that never sleeps. Where its soul vegetation is the dry desert clay and is surrounded by hard Rocky Mountains. The shrub
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/19/2014
Morning
The day emerges
A magnetic prism of light
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/19/2014
Cafe Kivhan
Like morning coffee
you wake me up.
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
From My Thought
OH ‘yesteryears during which, I dwelled
Now stuck in the mud…a condition that only I can dig
Almedia Knight Oliver poet by Almedia Knight Oliver
on 9/19/2014
Blue Sails
The dusts and stains
in the corners of this room
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
Paperdolls
People
they don't come with manuals
Kimberly Joyce Roguis poet by Kimberly Joyce Roguis
on 9/19/2014
Losing you
We lose ourselves on the things we love.
That's why I got lost when I saw you.
Ronnie Rox poet by Ronnie Rox
on 9/19/2014
SUCCESS IS LIKE LIGHT
Success is one thing,
One thing that lights,
Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih poet by Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih
on 9/19/2014
Autumn Parade
The Autumn leaves are parading
with their coats of orange, red and brown
Joseph T. Renaldi poet by Joseph T. Renaldi
on 9/19/2014
The Final Feast
There is nothing
left to share, for anyone. Ah,
Smoky Hoss poet by Smoky Hoss
on 9/19/2014
First Day Of School
On the first day of a new school year
students meet with handshakes and grining faces
Joseph T. Renaldi poet by Joseph T. Renaldi
on 9/19/2014
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